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Rallying For The Rejected: Thorny's Upcoming Arnolfini Takeover

Thorny are rallying for the rejected at their upcoming Arnolfini takeover Thorny put on gigs, shows and parties that create...
Arts/Culture / / Jo Bligh

Grayson Perry: An Artist For The People

Grayson Perry is on an epic mission to make art more accessible.
Arts/Culture / / Imogen Downes

How Study Ruined My Passion For Photography

Callum sets off on a journey to fall in love with the art of photography after studying it.

Spoken Word Challenge

To celebrate National Poetry Day, Imogen wrote a poem based on ten words you gave her.
Arts/Culture / / Imogen Downes

Interview With A Poet: Caroline Bird

The youngest poet to have a published collection talks advice, inspiration, and the importance of writing.
Arts/Culture / / Imogen Downes

Photo Essay: A Celebration Of Sound System Culture

Friday, 21st July 2017, Colston Hall put on a celebratory gig for sound system culture at Lloyds Amphitheatre featuring The Outlook...
Arts/Culture / / Alexie Segal

Nine Poets You Should Know About Who Aren't In Your GCSE Poetry Anthology

Imogen is here with nine poets who aren't in the GCSE poetry anthology who are tearing up stages, timelines and...
Arts/Culture / / Imogen Downes

What Does Empathy Look Like In 2017?

Inspired by Neon Dance’s performance of Empathy at The Edge, Bath, Lucy Corley asks what role empathy has in...
Arts/Culture / / Lucy Corley

Queer Clubbing in the 80s: Why You Need to See ‘King’s Cross (Remix)'

Gabrielle talks about an important new theatre show about a significant time in LGBT+ history.
Arts/Culture / / Gabrielle Watts

My Favourite Fictional Lesbian And Gay Heroes

Kaja talks about how their fictional gay and lesbian heroes changed their life, and just how important the heroes from...
Arts/Culture / / Kaja Brown